can I file single after being widowed in 2009, but I got remarried in 2010?
I still have my former married name; Social Security and driver's license have not been changed yet.
You were married in 2010, that is your status for the entire year. You and your spouse could file separate returns if you so choose. You need to change your Social Security status asap because when the day comes that you want to retire, or have to retire, or just have to depend on ss income, unless you make a great deal of money on your own, you would stand to profit from your husband's greater income. Your driver's license is a state matter, if you keep your maiden name you have no name change to announce. You need to be sure you are legal on that matter. Some women do not file formally that they intend to keep their maiden names and it is automatically changed when the get married, or at least hyphenated.
by Mister Veritis6 years ago
Uh, well. Oh, Hmmm.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uyJSXCZRpc&NR=1
by Carolyn Augustine8 years ago
What does it mean to be a Democrat in 2009?
by Amanda S4 years ago
LGBT: How do I file my taxes?I married my same sex partner December 27 2013 in Massachusetts. We live in North Carolina, where same sex marriages are unlawful. How should I go about filing my federal and state taxes for...
by OLYHOOCH7 years ago
I’m 63 and I'm Tired This should be required reading for every man, woman and child in the United States of America , UK , Canada , Australia and New Zealand . "I'm 63 and I'm Tired"By Robert A....
by sweetsbab7 years ago
I am married but i want to file single. Can I do that?I have 2 children. I have been married about 5 years have been filing jointly for about 4. We are seperating. But not Divorcing at this time.
by keithalston7 years ago
can you file your 2010 taxes in 2011are do i have to file even if i did not make over 2000
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.